What Do I Do When a Storm Floods My Clifton Park Home?
If your home needs flood damage restoration, get help today.
SERVPRO of Clifton Park Can Provide Fast Flood Damage Remediation!
Heavy storms can sometimes cause flood damage to your Clifton Park home. For example, a significant volume of rain could flood the Mohawk River and bring water to your door. A fallen tree could break a window and allow rain to trickle into your home. However, no matter how the water gets into your home, it's essential to call for help as soon as possible. Leaving flood damage to its own devices can only cause further problems for your home.
Picture coming home to your Clifton Park apartment and finding flood damage. A large puddle of water has collected in your living room and left your carpet sopping wet. The source of the water is your window, forced open by the extreme winds of the storm. Getting help from a professional company, such as SERVPRO, can help ensure your apartment receives the support it needs as soon as possible, and avoid further damages.
Does My Carpet Have to Be Removed? Can You Remediate It?
There are only a few cases where carpets have to be removed, and they usually involve black water. Seeing as the flood water in your apartment came directly from the sky, you shouldn't have to worry about that. To remediate your carpet we can:
• Use wet/dry vacuums to clean up as much water as possible from your living room
• Remove any debris from the area and clean your carpet
• Dry it with rover mounted extractors
Here at SERVPRO, we know how to mitigate damage in your home.
What About My Furniture?
Like your carpet, there are a few instances where we have to dispose of furniture completely. SERVPRO always tries to save your belongings so that we can help you lower expenses. For your furniture we can:
• Use extractors to pull water from fabric
• Send delicate belongings to our facility to be carefully cleaned and dried
• Set up drying equipment for wooden furniture
Our techs know how to help you when you need it.
If your home needs flood damage restoration, get help today. Communicate with SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County by dialing (518) 885-2620. We're always here for you.
A Faulty Water Heater Has Caused Water Damage in My Clifton Park Home, What Should I Do?
After a water intrusion incident in your home, contact SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County at (518) 885-2620.
Contact SERVPRO Restoration Experts to Deal With the Water Damage in Your Clifton Park Property
Water can cause irreversible damage if not handled on time by professionals. Act fast by seeking help from professional restorers to prevent secondary damage, and restore your water damaged Clifton Park property to its preloss condition.
Is there anything I can do before the restorers arrive?
Before calling SERVPRO experts to help you handle the water damage in your Clifton Park home, your first concern should be your family’s safety. Begin by switching off the electricity supply in your house, especially if there is stagnant water. If live electricity gets into contact with water, it can cause havoc to a property and its residents. If the water levels are high, cut off the gas supply.
How do you dry a home?
The drying process is an essential part of water damage restoration. Our team of experienced professionals uses state-of-the-art equipment and tools to ensure effective results in a brief period. If your carpets and pad are damp, we can use a self-propelled extraction tool to extract water from them. The device has an independent motor that moves it over the affected surface at a consistent rate. The tool also requires extra weight to squeeze out water from the carpet and pad. Therefore, our restorers can ride on the unit to provide additional weight. After extracting the water, moisture remains. Our technicians can use air movers and refrigerant dehumidifiers to remove the humidity in your property.
After the water cleanup process, how can you ensure that my property is safe for occupation?
Before allowing you and your family to access the affected area, we perform a thorough inspection to ensure we did not leave any stone unturned. We check for:
• Mold growth
We can use thermal imaging cameras, which help us monitor moisture levels in building materials. The device shows how water traveled and where there is a high concentration of moisture. If we notice moisture in hard to reach areas, our SERVPRO technicians can to dry them thoroughly. Thermal imaging cameras help us to prove that drying was effective.
After a water intrusion incident in your home, contact SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County at (518) 885-2620. We offer thorough and effective water damage restoration services that can make the water loss seem, “Like it never even happened.”
How Do I Get Rid of Fire Smoke Smell in My House?
Can't Get the Smoke Odor Out of Your Halfmoon Home? Call SERVPRO Today!
SERVPRO Technicians Have the Experience and Equipment to Restore Halfmoon Properties From Any Size Smoke and Fire loss
When a fire occurs in a property, the hot air expands and pushes odorous soot particles into everything in the loss area. Afterward, even after the charred items get removed, the smell of the fire remains until the action gets taken against the molecules causing the foul odor. Worse, the particulate matter can travel to other areas within the property previously unaffected by the fire via foot traffic of the HVAC ductwork. Anywhere they land, fire odor is present.
What Type of Cleaner Gets Rid of Fire Damage and Smoke Odors?
The easy answer for that question to get rid of smoke odor and fire damage in your home is there is not a single method to handle all the results of this type of loss. SERVPRO technicians handle the restoration services using a systematic and multilayered approach to the process from start to finish, and it involves the use of multiple types of cleaning applications.
Removal of charred items is necessary as they contribute nothing but foul odors to the property. After being documented through a detailed condition report and photographs, they get disposed of. This process goes a long way towards reducing odors within the loss area.
How to Limit the Spread of Airborne Soot Particles
The particulate matter that gets stirred up during mitigation can be an irritant to skin and if it gets aspirated. SERVPRO techs wear protective clothing and respirators when faced with this situation for the utmost safety during mitigation. Other measures to contain the fire loss area include:
- Putting up plastic barriers over doorways and vents
- Establishing negative air chambers to port airborne particles off-site
- The use of air scrubbers to capture small floating particles in their maze of HEPA filtration, some of which are smaller than the human eye can see.
If fabrics such as window treatments or clothing have smoke odors but no other heat damage, many of these items can get restored through the use of the Esporta Washing System. The techs carefully inspect any garment or fabric considered for this type of restoration to determine if the construction materials are suitable. This attention to detail ensures there are no issues such as bleeding, shrinkage, or deterioration.
Why Professional Odor Removal Equipment is Necessary
After a fire in a home, cleaning out the burned items, and removing the smoke residues brings down the intensity of the smell, but does not eradicate it. SERVPRO techs have a vast array of different application levels depending on the level of odor removal required in the home. Frequently used methods are:
- A thermal fogger is a handheld device that uses a solvent heated to a fog. This fog penetrates porous objects and eradicates odorous soot particles.
- Hydroxyl generators are safe and effective for eliminating smoke odors. The machine emits UV rays like the Sun, and when the airborne particles come into contact, they get neutralized at the molecular level.
- Gel pellets are a method that gets used when the odor control needed is light.
Final Touches Before Repairs and Reconstruction
Several actions need to take place before repairs can happen after a fire loss. Sometimes soot gets into the paint on walls, and even though the walls are cleaned, a residual odor may remain. This gets easily corrected through the use of sealants that create a barrier over the scent. All that needs to happen after the application of a sealant is a new coat of primer and paint.
SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County at (518) 885-2620 specializes in the cleanup of fire damage and removal of smoke odors of any scale. The certified technicians show up quickly and are available 24/7 to return your home to its preloss condition.
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Is Soot Easy to Clean in My Clifton Park Home?
SERVPRO will be there first hand to assist with your Clifton Park house fire.
One of the hazards and obstacles that homeowners require professional assistance after a fire is the presence of soot.
Fire losses can be one of the most harmful situations for Clifton Park homes, which is only made worse by so many potential causes or involved materials. Structure fires can create a volatile situation for homeowners, making it unwise or unsafe for DIY restoration and recovery. Situations like environmental contaminants and soot alone can cause health effects that require advanced personal protective equipment and training to overcome.
Your insurance provider often must get involved for fire damage to Clifton Park homes, which can be an added level of stress to homeowners. Often, these companies want competent restoration professionals to do the work and to start by documenting the damage and loss conditions. Because our SERVPRO team is already a preferred vendor for fire restoration in the region, you can save time by calling us first to begin this evaluation and damage assessment for your insurance adjuster.
What is Soot?
Among the damages that can result from a structure fire, soot is among the most detrimental and potentially harmful to homeowners. Not only can this residue ruin surfaces and materials it gets exposed to, but its chemical makeup and size make it a harmful substance to encounter in the environment while working.
Soot gets created by incomplete combustion of fuels like wood. The result is a black residue made up of countless microscopic specs that start out circulating in the affected environment. The thick layers that can form on exposed surfaces can be challenging to clean, especially considering that many of the solutions must get selected based on the type of material affected. Soda blasting might work for countertops, but could be ineffective or even destructive to certain fabrics or flooring. The removal of soot is a calculated process beginning as soon as our technicians arrive.
What Makes Soot a Hazard?
Hazards might be plentiful in a home after a fire, from the threat of structural collapse to water damages. Soot is one of the most volatile contaminants and particulates that a homeowner might encounter, and it can be a hazard for multiple reasons. There are a few specific reasons soot is a harmful presence in your post-fire property. These include:
- Microscopic size
- Acidic composition
- Easily circulated
Why is Cleaning Soot a Challenge?
There are multiple obstacles in removing soot from your home or surfaces where it has started to form layers. Because soot can be such a challenge to remove from various materials and contents, there are multiple strategies that our SERVPRO team uses to address it. Careful considerations must get made as soon as possible to determine the best of these removal techniques, as choosing the wrong one might lead to detrimental conditions such as:
- Smearing – Wipe cleaning is common practice with residues and soiling after a fire, but with soot, this might not be possible. DIY cleaning can often result in smearing surfaces with thick smoke and soot residues.
- Staining – Staining is one of the most damaging potential problems that could occur with soot on a surface. Smearing the residue can often cause staining, but this might occur naturally on its own with a delay in removing residues. Once a surface has become stained by soot, it must often get discarded and replaced.
- Acidic Erosion or Marring – Because soot is acidic, it can have a damaging effect on many surfaces without any interaction from homeowners or restoration technicians. For this reason, it is vital to get soot removal and cleaning practices started as soon as possible after a fire.
What Can SERVPRO Do to Remove Soot?
Because soot is such a burden on fire restoration professionals and the homeowners, our SERVPRO team aims to help after these disasters, there are multiple approaches developed to target soot and protect the underlying material substrate. Each of these might not work in specific scenarios, and that is what makes small-scale testing or surface-by-surface evaluation critical in the restoration and recovery process. We can implement several potential cleaning strategies, including:
- Water-Based Solvents
- Soda Blasting
- Abrasive Cleaning
- Controlled Demolition
No matter how widespread destructive elements like soot can become in your home after a fire, we have trusted methods for safely removing these threats and making fire losses “Like it never even happened.” Give our SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County team a call anytime that you need us at (518) 885-2620.
How Do Professional Water Restoration Companies Get Trapped Water Out of My Clifton Park House?
“Like it never even happened.”
Your Local SERVPRO Keeps Communication Open About Potential Strategies During Water Removal in Clifton Park
Homeowners are often shocked at how fast and far water can migrate from the original plumbing leak or appliance overflow. Even if you act quickly, absorbing fluids with towels or mopping up the spill, cleaning up the visible standing water is not a guarantee that moisture did not escape and is causing damage in hidden spaces.
What Is Our First-Line Approach to Locating Migrating Water?
When an emergency mandates expert water removal help in Clifton Park, one of the tasks we pay particular attention to is testing. Our technicians employ their training from the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) to ascertain and measure moisture levels. The tools used include:
• Moisture detectors, with and without probes to map out the perimeter of the water migration from the source
• Moisture meters to determine levels of moisture both:
-Absorbed into damaged building materials
-In similar structural components in an unaffected space in your home, for a point of comparison to establish and monitor drying goals
• Thermal imaging cameras, to help technicians use temperature fluctuations to locate pools and recessed areas full of standing water
How Does SERVPRO Reach and Release the Trapped and Hidden Water?
If collected water is not removed and wet materials are not dried, your home risks progressive structural harm and secondary damage from mold growth. To avoid these unacceptable outcomes, we use strategic limited demolition techniques to open the confined areas for water release and enhance effective drying efforts:
• Flood cuts -- sawing off and removing drywall several inches above the waterline
• Cut or drill holes -- under baseboards or in mortar joints
Can you rely on the team at SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County to offer sound and successful strategies when you need residential water removal? Absolutely -- give us a call at (518) 885-2620 to discuss your options with our skilled and creative crew.
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Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned – a defensive cleaning program
Our defensive cleaning program gives your business a way forward by providing your employees and customers ongoing safety and assuredness.
Let us help you get back to business
As our communities re-open in Clifton Park, we’re all moving back toward a new kind of normal. The expectations of visitors, customers, and employees who come into our establishments have evolved, and staying safe and well is a top concern. The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be clean, and we’ve developed a program to help your business meet the new higher standard of clean that is now expected.
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned is a defensive cleaning program we’re offering to businesses and commercial locations to address the current COVID-19 pandemic. This proactive viral pathogen cleaning program goes well beyond janitorial or carpet cleaning. By choosing Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you, your employees, your customers, and your community can rest assured that you’ve selected a higher cleaning standard – you are Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.
Extensive training and specialized products
As the #1 choice in cleanup and restoration*, we stand on more than 50 years of experience and expertise to help your business become Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned. Beyond fire & water, SERVPRO professionals are trained and experienced in biohazard decontamination and chemical spills – always adhering to the cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities.
From formulating and creating our proprietary cleaning products, like SERVPROXIDE, at our headquarters in Gallatin, TN, to taking the utmost care while disinfecting, we will ensure you and your business are set up to inspire consumer confidence as the economy continues to reopen.
3 C’s – Consult, Clean, and Certify
When the stakes are this high, you want a partner who has developed an industry leading, proprietary training program, cleaning solutions, and remediation processes over decades. We’ve cleaned up some of the most challenging biohazards imaginable. Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned reflects our unique experiences and capabilities. The program is grounded with our unique 3 C’s: Consult, Clean, and Certify.
- Consult – Every business is different, which is why you’ll be assigned a Cleaning Protocol Consultant who understands your business and will create a cleaning program to meet your specific needs. This program will be developed based on your business type, size of space, amount of high frequency touchpoints, foot traffic and congestion points.
- Clean – Based on your specific business needs, your location will undergo a thorough, deep clean, using exclusive cleaning products, according to protocols set forth by the CDC. Our employees have years of experience, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff perform. Cleanup procedures generally include cleaning of porous and non-porous surfaces, disinfecting of non-porous surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting of equipment, tools, and/or supplies used for cleanup process, and disposal of hazardous materials. In the event of a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 event, we will be there cleaning within 24 hours to ensure you get back to business as quickly as possible.
- Certify - Once your business location has been Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you will gain access to proprietary signage, digital emblems, and other collateral that communicates that you’ve selected a higher standard of clean available to help protect your employees and customers. And because we add the day, month, and year to that proprietary stamp of clean, your guests will know that not only did you choose Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, but that your location is being cleaned regularly at this standard.
Call today for a Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation
We’re Here to Help – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – until life is back to normal in the communities we all call home.
Call SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County today at (518) 885-2620 for your Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation.
* #1 Choice in cleanup & restoration based Commercial Attitude & Usage Tracking study. Polling 816 commercial business decision makers on first choice for future needs related to cleanup & restoration work. Study conducted by C&R Research: October 2019
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned means professionally trained SERVPRO franchises perform the requested cleaning, sanitizing and disinfection services according to proprietary SERVPRO protocols and recognized industry and CDC standards with EPA approved cleaning products to deliver a SERVPRO certified cleaning experience. Each SERVPRO franchise is independently owned and operated.
I Need Water Removal, How Fast Can You Get Here?
Call SERVPRO we can be there right away to lend a professional hand.
SERVPRO is Available 24/7 for Commercial Water Removal, and a Crew Arrives at Your Clifton Park Business in Four Hours or Less
The sudden influx of water throughout your office space poses quite a challenge, even if you have a reliable maintenance staff on-hand. SERVPRO is there to make sure that you get the prompt water removal that you need to restore your commercial space to the preloss condition. We work quickly to ensure your staff and anyone coming and going is protected from the potential of injury to slip and fall or hazards from possible microbial growth.
What Safety Issues Should I Be Concerned About?
If you had a pipe burst over the weekend or another incident sent gallons of water throughout the office, fast and efficient commercial water removal in Clifton Park is the best way to get everything back to normal. Some of the potential safety concerns you may have to address includes:
- Electrical and structural hazards
- Possible fixture issues
- Slip and fall injuries
- Breakdown of hazardous structural materials
- Biohazards like mold and infectious waste
- Stored supplies causing chemical contamination
- Water that migrates and pools in confined space
To mitigate these possible safety concerns, we start by assessing the water loss. Our high-powered extraction tools and pumps allow us to bring up hundreds to thousands of gallons of water quickly. Our skilled technicians have a trained eye for locating bulging walls or sagging ceilings where water may have collected. In these instances, we put weep holes in place to release the fluid to discourage collapse.
We are the experts that you need on your side when it comes to commercial water removal and the cleaning necessary to disinfect your interior thoroughly. Call SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County today at (518) 885-2620 so that we can send a team out as quickly as possible. We are Faster to Any Size Disaster!
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My Clifton Park Home Has Fire Damage, What Do I Do?
When in need of fire restoration services, contact SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County at (518) 885-2620.
Call SERVPRO Technicians to Perform Fire Damage Cleanup in Your Clifton Park Home
You may think you are well prepared for a fire, especially if your home has smoke detectors, fire alarms, and fire extinguishers. However, even with these measures in place, the truth is that most homeowners are not truly ready for a fire and the stresses and confusion which follow.
What should be remedied after a fire?
The extent of fire damage in your Clifton Park home mainly depends on the intensity of the fire, which caused it. If a short circuit or gas leakage caused the fire, it probably spread rapidly, meaning that it affected many rooms, and the losses are severe. Nonetheless, regardless of what caused a fire, you may need to remedy several things.
Fire alone does not cause the resulting destruction. Instead, it is a combination of heat, smoke, and soot, all of which may lead to different problems that need to the remedied. They include:
• Heat damage – Even if the structures and contents of your home do not come into direct contact with fire, the heat can ruin them.
• Fire damage – The flames of a fire can cause great devastation in a home. It can burn appliances, electronics, and building materials. You need to replace the severely burned items.
• Smoke damage – Smoke is often called soot when it settles on surfaces. Soot residues may contain various kinds of acids because sulfides and chlorides in the smoke mix with moisture or humidity in the air to form acids.
We can use various strategies to deal with different kinds of damage in your home. This includes cleaning up the affected areas to remove soot residues, and the water or chemicals firefighters used to extinguish the flames. We also use different odor removal techniques.
What should I do before the fire restoration process begins?
Before our restorers to arrive, you can do several things:
• Look out for safety hazards – Beware of dangerous debris, live wires, frayed electrical cords, and unsteady structural elements. It is advisable to wear personal protective clothing like rubber gloves, a hard hat, sturdy boots, and face mask as you enter your house. Avoid turning on your HVAC system before getting clearance from your HVAC contractor.
• Save undamaged items- Take any item that seems to be in good condition to a safe place. If you leave them in the affected area, they can sustain damage from soot or water.
• Document the destruction – Take videos and pictures of the damaged property.
• List the items that the fire damaged- Include the make, model, brand, age, current condition, and the serial number of the damaged items if possible. You also need to inventory non-restorable items like paper or food items for your insurance company. List the quantity and name of the lost items and an estimate of their prices.
• Call your insurer – Describe the fire incident in detail and discuss the options available with your insurance adjuster. The adjuster may come to see the loss one or two days after you file your claim. By alerting your insurance company early, you can get started with the restoration process soon.
Do I need to Remove Possessions from My Home?
SERVPRO has trained and experienced technicians who can identify which items to clean and restore and the ones that need replacement. We can create a list containing salvageable and non-salvageable items. If you approve it we can submit it to your insurance firm.
When possible, we restore damaged items on site. When this is not possible such as when items have sustained significant damage or a home is not structurally sound enough for restoration crews to work in it, we move the items that need restoration to our facilities. Our team carefully inventories, packs out, and transports the items to a secure facility for cleaning and restoration.
You may have valuable items such as electronics and artwork that need to be restored by a specialist. Our team can consult with your insurer and take them to a competent restorer. We keep the items secure until the restoration process ends.
Our SERVPRO team provides an honest assessment of a home and contents when dealing with the adjuster and the customer. We are conscious of the concerns of our customers and communicate these to the adjuster. At times, there may be adequate insurance coverage to replace unsalvageable content but not sufficient to restore salvageable items. By considering the concerns of our customers and the opinions of the adjuster, we help create a win-win situation for everyone involved. Communicating with the adjuster during the move-out includes:
• Addressing the basic concerns of the customer
• An overview of the first inspection and contact with the customer
• Considerations and needs of the subcontractor
• Auxiliary needs like lighting, heating, and generators
• Coverage of the customer
• Cost considerations like storage limits and policy limits
Do I have to move out during the restoration process?
You do not have to move out of your house if it has sustained minor damage, and the utilities are working as they should. Your family can remain in the home as SERVPRO technicians restore it. At times it may not be advisable to stay in a fire-damaged house because of the risk of breathing in smoke residues and noise from the restoration equipment.
When in need of fire restoration services, contact SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County at (518) 885-2620. We can complete the restoration process quickly to reduce your loss.
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How Do I Get Rid of Standing Water from My Garage in Clifton Park?
Did water invade your garage? SERVPRO has the tools and know-how to restore your home.
SERVPRO Water Restoration Specialists Streamline the Water Extraction Process
Going out into your garage and finding standing water is unnerving. After finding and stopping the source, the next step is to remove the excess water while also taking the contents away to clean offsite, mitigating further damage.
Why Do I Need Professional Assistance?
SERVPRO Specialists Take Appropriate Steps to Mitigate Damages. Our IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification) technicians assess the damage before beginning the water removal process in your Clifton Park home. Then they swiftly put their skills to work to restore your personal belongings and garage to preloss conditions.
What if the Water Was Standing for Several Days Before Discovered it?
- Belongings may require additional cleaning and deodorization
- Further structural damage if moisture soaks into the walls
- Potential microbial growth leading to dangerous mold colonies
What do Technicians Use to Remove Excess Water?
- Truck-mounted or portable extraction equipment
- Rovers allow technicians to stand and maneuver them during extraction
- Submersible pump if the water was more than 2 inches deep
- Water relocated to offsite treated sewer line following local regulations
- Following removal, technicians dry the impacted area with air movers and dehumidifiers
What Additional Precautions Do You Take Due to Prolonged Standing Water?
- We use air purifying equipment with HEPA filters that remove 99.7% of particles from the air, including mold spores
- Technicians thoroughly dry to restore moisture content levels in the contents and structure to preloss condition
- We use antimicrobial disinfectants and sanitizers to destroy and slow the growth of mold spores
- Residents may need to vacate the garage during the restoration to maintain their wellness
- Technicians wear appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) to ensure their safety
For 24/7 help with any home disaster, Contact SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County at (518) 885-2620.
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Let’s Work Together to Flatten the Curve
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SERVPRO Provides Professional Quality Preventative Cleaning
Recent reports are telling us that social distancing, hand washing, and preventative cleaning seem to be making a positive impact on our fight against the pandemic.
Our SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County professionals offer proven cleaning techniques to disinfect Clifton Park’s commercial properties and personal residences. This is one of the first lines of defense in fighting this pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tells us to practice social distancing, wash our hands, and they recommend frequent cleaning of high use contact points such as doorplates and knobs, railings, countertops, and other surfaces. We can all do this as a preventative measure. Homeowners and business owners alike in Clifton Park might consider getting help from a professional cleaning company.
- Professionals have powerful equipment that does a more detailed job
- Trained and certified cleaning crews understand all of the available options
- Pros understand the CDC, EPA, OSHA, and Industry Association guidelines because they work with them every day
- Commercial experts have access to powerful medical-grade, EPA registered cleaning products
- We use commercial equipment that delivers better results
- Professionals have considerable experience performing environmental cleaning
- We offer flexible work hours to meet your schedule and deadline
- We have the human power to complete any size job
If you want to talk and get advice about deep cleaning or even a regular preventative cleaning program, please call us. Let’s see how we can help you fight this war against potential infection and flatten the curve.
Work with SERVPRO of Southern Saratoga County before your members come back to work out. Call us at (518) 885-2620 to explore your options.
Disclaimer: Advice from the medical and scientific community regarding how to deal with the coronavirus is based on present knowledge, which is subject to change as the situation continues to develop. There can be no assurance that disinfectants alone will be adequate to fully eliminate the virus. We are not physicians or infectious disease professionals. Consult your medical professionals for individual medical advice.